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causes we support

Camp Northward Christian Assembly
Our monthly support is dedicated to the camp and also for the "Higher Ground" building program at the south location on Hwy 1053S. This is a new camp site with Wilderness Camping available now. When this campus is complete, all weeks of camp will be transferred there.
104 Oldham Dr., Falmouth, KY 41040 | (859)654-3865 | www.campnorthward.com

Challenge Unlimited/Christian Student Fellowship
The NKU Campus Ministry is being re-organized after the retirement of Harold Orndorff the end of 2016. Harold and Cindy Orndorff served the NKU campus for 30 years. Funds are received by Ken Shelton.
2513 Green Arbor Ct., Burlington, KY 41005 

Christian Arabic Services
Safaa and Mona Fahmi are in the process of building a second training center in Cairo, Egypt for Arabic-speaking Christians. Christians of many denominations engage Safaa for Christian teaching. He travels to equip Christians in several Arabic-speaking countries. He also provides correspondence courses and a printing ministry as he translates American theology books into Arabic.
P.O. Box 37, Miamitown, OH 45041 | fahmisafaa@hotmail.com

"I didn't realize how much serving on a mission trip would change my life-even after I came home."

 

Dee Mosley

Dominican Republic 2014

NKY Fellowship of Christian Athletes
We help develop athletes not just physically, but mentally and spiritually to unlock their full potential. "The heart and soul in sports." FCA strives to see the world impacted for Jesus through the influence of athletes and coaches.  How? Through reaching coaches, a growing chaplain/character coach program, camps, and community involvement.

Nate Sallee | nsallee@fca.org | www.nkyfca.org


SALT
George is from Jordan & Xena from Iraq. Both grew up in Christian homes. They graduated from Cincinnati Christian University with a MastGeorge and Zena DeBabnah met Safaa in Jordan and came to Cincinnati Christian University to prepare for Christian Ministry and Counselling. After completing his training, he and Zena will leave in May 2017 for conferences in Cairo, Egypt, before taking up residence in New Zealand. Salt is the name of his hometown in Jordan, but the name stands for Serving Arabs Leadership Team. In New Zealand, George will stay connected with Person to Person Ministries , as Assoc. Evangelist and SALT DirectorHe will also work with New Missions System International (NMSI) in New Zealand.  Forwarding agent is Leon Bradley

SALT, P.O. Box 104, Hillsboro OH 45133 | leon.marcie@gmail.com | www.SALTimpact.com

Christian Restoration Association
Lee Mason, Director, located in Mason, OH. A "helping hand to churches" began with an estate fund to establish new churches. Currently the funds also provide for other church, educational, missionary, and benevolent enterprises; it also publishes the Restoration Herald Magazine.
7133 Central Parke Blvd., Mason, OH 45040 | (513)229-8000 | www.theCRA.org

"It was really cool worshiping God with other Christians like me, just half-way around the world!"

 

Bobby Iles

Philippines 2015

Cincinnati Christian University
Cincinnati Christian University is a fully accredited institution of higher education training Christian men and women to serve the church and shape the world. Founded in 1924, CCU is composed of the Undergraduate College, the College of Adult Learning, and the Graduate School (Cincinnati Bible Seminary). Nicholson is involved in the Partner Church Program with CCU which offers scholarships to students from this congregation, and a reduced cost for classes and seminars for those in leadership.
2700 Glenway Ave., Cincinnati, OH 45204 | (513)244-8100 | www.CCUniversity.edu

International Christian Services
Mike and Brenda Diskin live in El Paso, TX and are currently retired. They continue to contribute as they can to the work of the local church and camp, concentrating on Spanish speaking people. 
6161 Doniphan Dr., Lot 166, El Paso, TX 79932 | (913)760-5563 

International Conference on Missions (ICOM)
David Empson, Director, located in Indianapolis, IN. This is a meeting for missionaries and people of all ages with a heart for missions. They have recently added sections for high school and college students. The meetings occur in different cities, usually for four days in mid-November. May 2017 Mission Services will be absorbed into ICOM. 
95 E. County Rd. 1000 S., Clayton, IN 46118 | (317)539-4231 | www.theICOM.org

"I can't wait to go on the next mission trip we do!"

 

Noah Barger

Kenya 2017

New Church Initiative
New Church Initiative facilitates the planting of churches throughout the Northern Kentucky, Cincinnati, and Dayton, Ohio areas. They believe, "What we cannot do alone, we can do together." NCI wants to be a place where monies from churches and individuals can come together and be distributed to new church plants. NCI also organizes PEP Rallies for ministers two-three times a year for updates, training, and encouragement for church planting. Movement church located in Newport, KY is the most recent plant; Josh Tandy is the minister; Director, Larry Travis.
1970 Walton Nicholson Rd., P. O. Box 770, Independence, KY 41051 | (859)356-7770 | www.newchurchinitiative.org

Open Door Mission
Tito and Sandy Pel, with their three children, are now living in Cincinnati, OH. Tito and Sandy worked many years in his native Philippines with a church and a Christian school; both have recently grown. The mission sends out native preachers and missionaries to work in the Philippines and other countries such as Indonesia. Tito and Sandy are currently employed in Cincinnati and they forward to Manila the funds received toward church planting and supporting the native preachers and missionaries.
10260 Kerrianna Dr., Cincinnati, OH 45242 | (513)701-1839 | odmission@yahoo.com

Russian Outreach Network

Scott and Carmen LaRue and four children, live in Ft Wayne, IN.   January 2012 he decided to once again devote his time and energy to the work in Moscow, encouraging and developing the church and Christian Academy, reaching workers via the internet and skype. The family had lived in Russia, but the Russian demand that they leave the country every three to six months to have their visas renewed, waiting another three months before being able to return, became  too difficult for a family of five at the time. Scott is now the Director of Global Church Planting, with Russian Outreach Network & Impact Europe. He and members of the family return to Russia for short-term visits and training of local men and women to present the gospel message in their own language to their own people.

1515 Magnavox Way, Ft Wayne, IN 46804 | 260-415-2261 | scott@impactministrygroup.org | ImpactMinistryGroup.org

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